Units of Study

MGRK2633 - Social Norms/Stereotypes in Greek Cinema

Semester 2, 2013  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Vrasidas Karalis

Description

This unit examines a number of the most important Greek films of the last fifty years that give insight into developing views of Greek society. It explores gender representations, social mobility, feminist issues, value systems, significant historical events, sex roles and attitudes towards outsiders. It also discusses stereotyping and ideological constructs and investigates the relationship between cinematic technique and cultural meaning.

Assessments

1x3000wd essay (45%), 1xclass presentation (equivalent to 1000wd) (20%), 1xtake home assignment (equivalent to 2000wd) (35%)

Textbooks

Consult the department

Classes

1x1-hr lecture/week, 1x1-hr tutorial/week

Prerequisites

At least 18 junior credit points from Table A of the table of units of study, of which 12 credit points are from one subject area

Prohibitions

MGRK2513

 Tuesday

  10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm

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Lecture

 

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In addition to the core language studies units, the undergraduate program includes other units of study that deal with cultural and literary themes and translation. The following is a list of units that are currently offered on rotation each year.

  • MGRK2603 Style and Expression
  • MGRK2604 Comparison of Greek and English
  • MGRK2605 Theory and Practice of Translation B
  • MGRK2606 Varieties and Registers
  • MGRK2609 Theory and Practice of Translation A
  • MGRK2621 Greek Modernism
  • MGRK2622 The Other Road to Greek Modernity
  • MGRK2631 Cultural Identities
  • MGRK2633 Social Norms/Stereotypes in Greek Cinema
  • MGRK2652 Politics and Politicians in Greece
  • MGRK2653 Sex, Drugs and Music in Modern Greece
  • MGRK2655 Modern Greek Art
  • MGRK2657 Greece and the European Imaginary
  • MGRK2675 New Testament Greek and its World A
  • MGRK2676 New Testament Greek and its World B
  • MGRK2682 Sports and Contemporary Culture
  • MGRK2691 Sociolinguistics in the Greek Diaspora
  • MGRK3692 Theories of Literature